These are the 16 areas of Wakefield with the lowest recorded coronavirus deaths

The Office for National Statistics has released detailed data on where Wakefield's coronavirus victims live - and the areas which have so far recorded either zero or one deaths.

Tuesday, 5th May 2020, 3:30 pm
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The ONS has split up deaths recorded before April 18 into postcode areas based on each patient's home address. While areas like South Elmsall have seen 14 deaths across its postcode areas, and Lupset has 11 deaths, the areas listed here have either no recorded deaths or one in the figures. Photos are for illustrative purposes and do not represent a specific location.

There have been no reported deaths from coronavirus in Upton.
There have been no recorded deaths from coronavirus in Pontefract North East.

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There have been no recorded deaths from coronavirus in Outwood east.
There have been no recorded deaths from coronavirus in Ferry Fryston.
There has been one recorded death from Covid-19 in South Kirkby.
There has been one reported death from Covid-19 in the Ryhill and South Hiendley area.
There has been one reported Covid-19 death in the Netherton and Middlestown areas.
There has been one recorded death form Covid-19 in Horbury.
There has been one reported death from coronavirus in the Agbrigg and Belle Isle area.
There has been one recorded death from coronavirus in Thornes.
There has been one reported death from coronavirus in Featherstone.
There has been one recorded death from coronavirus in the Ossett West area.
There has been one recorded death from coronavirus in the Ossett North area.
There has been one reported death from coronavirus in the Wrenthorpe & Kirkhamgate areas.
There has been one recorded death from Covid-19 in the Normanton East area.
There has been one recorded death in the Ferrybridge & Knottingley areas.